A dark timber honor board with names in gilt. It is decorated with illustrations of the Australian flag and Union Jack. The Tenterfield Star 22 November 1917 issue described the unveiling of the roll. P.D.G.M. Brother Morgan Stephens of Armidale stated it was the first unveiling of an honor roll he had attended. At that stage, two out of the lodge's 290 members had lost their lives.
The roll is located in the Tenterfield and District Historical Society Centenary Cottage Museum.
Loyal Star of the North Lodge No. 55
Of The Members Of This Lodge
Who Served The Empire
In The Great War
|Rank||Given Name||Family Name||Conflict/s||Fate||Service No.||Service||Unit||Campaign||Link|
|Sergeant||G F||Chick||World War 1||KIA 3/5/1917||1901||AIF||17th Battalion||Bullecourt, France||view|
|Private||N||Kneipp||World War 1||DOW 19/12/1917||1492||AIF||6th L H regiment||Palestine||view|
|Private||R H||Miller||World War 1||18595||AIF||1st Convalescent Depot||view|
|Private||N||Reid||World War 1||2690||AIF||4th Aust Mech Trans Coy||view|
|Private||G T||Rivers||World War 1||DOW 11/4/1917||5169||AIF||3rd Battalion||France||view|
|Private||A||Roos (Jnr)||World War 1||3164||AIF||33rd Battalion||view|
|Private||N H||Roper||World War 1||320||AIF||17th Battalion||view|
|Private||C L||Rutter||World War 1||64729||AIF||view|
|Driver||E M||Taylor||World War 1||1527||AIF||2nd L H Regiment||view|
|Private||A||Tooley||World War 1||4843||AIF||17th Battalion||view|
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